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Allscripts Recruitment Fraud Alert
Allscripts has been made aware of unauthorized career opportunities being circulated using our name and brand. These fictitious jobs may be advertised on employment-search websites or using fraudulent websites and email addresses in which our brand is fraudulently represented. They may also conduct phony interviews which require prospective employees to share their personal and financial information, provide copies of their government-issued identification, and/or send money for application fees, processing charges or work permits.
Important information for job seekers:
- Allscripts has a formal application process and will always communicate with you using an official Allscripts email address (currently @allscripts.com or @veradigm.com). Allscripts will not request an interview on a Google Hangout, text messaging, Gmail accounts, or any instant messaging application.
- Allscripts does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process and has not authorized any third parties to collect fees for an opportunity to work or apply.
- Allscripts does not require completion of tax forms, bank account details or credit card information as a part of the recruiting process.
- Allscripts will never send you a check for equipment.
How to identify Recruitment Fraud?
- The email does not come from an official @allscripts.com email address and instead uses an address from the free web-based email accounts such as yahoo.com, gmail.com, googlemail.com, live.com.
- The perpetrators may even offer to pay a large percentage of the fees requested and ask the candidate to pay the remaining amount.
- There is an insistence on urgency, or you receive an unsolicited offer of employment.
What should YOU do if you receive such an email?
- Keep the fraudulent message for further investigations.
- If you are in doubt about the source of the job offer, please review the email address from which it originated. If it is a legitimate offer from Allscripts, it would originate from an @talent.icims.com email address. You may also review the Careers section on the official Allscripts website to verify the job posting.
- If you believe you have been the victim to one of these scams consider reporting the matter to a relevant government entity, such as local law enforcement, the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (http://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx) or the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) (https://reportfraud.ftc.gov/#/).
- Additional resources can be found at the FTC’s identity theft recovery site (https://www.identitytheft.gov/)
- Do not engage in further communication with the original sender.
- Do not forward the fraudulent email.
- Do not share personal information such as Social Security Number, bank account numbers, etc.
If you receive any offers you suspect are fraudulent, please email us at PandSCompliance (at) allscripts (dot) com. Please include the suspicious emails as attachments to assist us in identifying the source of the potential fraud.
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